Father's Eyes by Cherie Burbach



In easy to read poetry, Cherie Burbach discloses her journey of self-discovery.  Her poetry provides an insight into the journey we all travel to find who we are and who we want to be in life.  At times uncomfortably familiar, at other entirely foreign, Father’s Eyes will engross the reader.  Although Burbach found her salvation and the strength to accept and finally to be herself through religion, anyone who has struggled with a past beyond their control can relate to the pain, struggle, and ultimate strength found within these poems.  Their honesty is heart breaking and yet hopeful.  Emotional without being overly sentimental, Father’s Eyes is filled with poetry to touch the soul.

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